Do you want to recover files from failed Mac volume?
“I need to get this fixed fast. My Mac volume where I stored almost all vital files has become inaccessible without showing any symptoms. Yesterday, when I clicked on it, some unknown failure has happen. Please help! I can’t afford to lose data of Mac disk; it is much more than anything else.”
How can I identify failed Mac HDD?
There are number of ways to find it out whether your inaccessible hard disk failed or not. If your machine is running with hard disk failure, you might observe; unusual noises coming from hard drive, freezing issues, getting software-side warnings, failed hard drive turned into a “Read Only” mode, Disk Utility won’t be able to verify the failed disk, you’ll be told to backup and reformat the drive, kind of symptoms.
What should I do?
If you have access to another system, detach failed HDD from Mac and connect it to another system via USB adapter. Nevertheless, if still you are not able to access any files from it, only professional recovery program can help you further.
Which program should I employ here?
To recover files from failed HDD on Mac, you can try Yodot Mac Data Recovery tool. Its three simple steps will guide you in extracting files from it. It has been equipped with advanced GUI; so that even a novice can restore files without any difficulty. Apart from the failed HDD, user can utilize it for formatted, reformatted and other damaged scenario of Mac volume also. It works well with all Windows operating systems like Windows 8, windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows Server 2008 and 2003. After recovery, if you want to use it life long, you can purchase its full version.
Instructions to utilize the software for retrieving failed Macintosh hard disk:
At first, plug failed HDD to healthy Macintosh -> Click here to download Yodot Mac Data Recovery application on it-> Install and launch software here -> Select “Volume Recovery” option -> Pick the volume that represents failed HDD on list -> Click on Skip to recover entire failed hard disk data and allow tool to initiate scanning of selected Mac disk -> Once scanning get complete, you will get list of recoverable files, along with two viewing options -> Finally, click on ‘Save’ option to store rescued files on destination location